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  • Brides Arrive
    Grimsby Independent, 4 Apr 1946, p. 6     Two more English brides of Grimsby servicemen arrived in Grimsby this week. Mrs. Joan M. Benzien arrived on the Latitia with her 4 months old son, Michael L. to join her husband, Pte. M. J. Benzien, 69 Livingston Avenue. Mrs. Mary P. Maguire, wife of Rfn. C. Maguire, R.R.#1, North ...
    Grimsby Independent, 4 Apr 1946, p. 6   Two more English brides of Grimsby servicemen arrived in Grimsby this week. ...
  • Ukrainian Catholic service men of Grimsby
    Grimsby Independent, 28 Mar 1946, p. 3     Canada has played a vital part in that grim campaign of bringing back peace to all people...That is why this tribute is particularly being paid to the returning soldiers of Ukrainian descent of Grimsby...Ukrainians of Canada are proud of their record in World War II. 40,000 of them have answered ...
    Grimsby Independent, 28 Mar 1946, p. 3   Canada has played a vital part in that grim campaign of bringing ...
  • Andy Clarke is coming home
    Grimsby Independent, 2 May 1946, p. 1,3     Next Sunday, Grimsby will be honored by having Andy Clarke broadcast his famous Neighborly News program over the air from his Old Home Town. This program which is sponsored by the Ontario and Quebec Division of the Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association and is one of the most popular features on ...
    Grimsby Independent, 2 May 1946, p. 1,3   Next Sunday, Grimsby will be honored by having Andy Clarke broadcast his ...
  • Fatal Crash at Vineland
    Grimsby Independent, 13 Jun 1946, 1, 10     Arnold Lampman, 24, of Grimsby, was instantly killed Tuesday night at 11:30 when the car in which he was riding collided with a parked truck on the QEW near Vineland. The driver of the auto, Lloyd Shier, 28, of Winona was taken into custody by provincial police and was remanded ...
    Grimsby Independent, 13 Jun 1946, 1, 10   Arnold Lampman, 24, of Grimsby, was instantly killed Tuesday night at 11:30 ...
  • Brides arrive on Queen Mary
    Grimsby Independent, 20 Jun 1946, p. 7     Three more English brides, and two little children, of Grimsby servicemen arrived this week, having crossed the Atlantic on the Queen Mary. Mrs. Elsie F. Downs, wife of Gnr. E.L. Downs, 36 Depot Street. Mrs. Joan K. Mason and three months old daughter Yvonne, wife and baby of Pte. R.C. ...
    Grimsby Independent, 20 Jun 1946, p. 7   Three more English brides, and two little children, of Grimsby servicemen arrived ...
  • Kathleen Kidd in Singapore
    Grimsby Independent, 16 May 1946, p. 9     Writing from Singapore, Canadian Radio actress Kathleen Kidd, former Grimsby resident, tells of doing a broadcast in Batavia with Canadian actor Frank Wade, using a script written by Toronto producer-actor Earle Grey. Visiting a place which used to be the largest distribution centre for rice in ...
    Grimsby Independent, 16 May 1946, p. 9   Writing from Singapore, Canadian Radio actress Kathleen Kidd, former Grimsby resident, tells ...
  • War brides
    Grimsby Independent, 4 Jul 1946, p. 4     Three more brides arrived from overseas on the Aquitania, over the weekend, to rejoin their husbands in Grimsby and Winona. Lieut. Thos. E. Jarvis greeted his bride in Toronto where he is now residing. Mrs. Dorothy Shaw, wife of Pte. B.H. Shaw, 25 Elizabeth Street, arrived on Monday. To Winona ...
    Grimsby Independent, 4 Jul 1946, p. 4   Three more brides arrived from overseas on the Aquitania, over the weekend, ...
  • Head on crash at Beamsville
    Grimsby Independent, 8 Aug 1946, p. 10     Harold G. Worley, 32, of 5 Wyndham Street, Toronto, and 378 Barrie Street, Kingston, CNR fireman, was fatally injured at Beamsville on Saturday afternoon...
    Grimsby Independent, 8 Aug 1946, p. 10   Harold G. Worley, 32, of 5 Wyndham Street, Toronto, and 378 Barrie ...
  • Young girl instantly killed while walking on highway
    Grimsby Independent, 22 Aug 1946, p. 1     Walking east on the south shoulder of No. 8 highway enroute to church service at Grimsby Sunday morning, Betty Anderson, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Anderson, 104 Highland Ave., Toronto, member of the Ontario Farm Service Force at Clovelly Camp, North Grimsby, was fatally injured when struck ...
    Grimsby Independent, 22 Aug 1946, p. 1   Walking east on the south shoulder of No. 8 highway enroute to ...
  • Opening new home Sunday
    Grimsby Independent, 2 May 1946, p. 1,10     With permission of the Apostolic See, a new congregation of sisters has been called into being in Grimsby under the name of the Missionary Sisters of Christian Charity. The Solemn Opening of the Missionary Sisters will take place on Sunday, May 5th at 3 p.m., when the first members of ...
    Grimsby Independent, 2 May 1946, p. 1,10   With permission of the Apostolic See, a new congregation of sisters has ...
  • Blessing of new Novitiate Home
    Grimsby Independent, 9 May 1946, p. 1,6     On Sunday, May 5th at 3 p.m. a large gathering of friends, well wishers, and visitors attended the opening ceremonies of the new Novitiate home of the Missionary Sisters of Christian Charity which was the former J.A. Jacklin residence in the No. 8 Highway, Main St. West, Grimsby...The two new ...
    Grimsby Independent, 9 May 1946, p. 1,6   On Sunday, May 5th at 3 p.m. a large gathering of friends, ...
  • Christening, granddaughter of the late Magistrate James Edmund Jones
    Grimsby Independent, 16 May 1946, p. 9     On Sunday, May 5th, by the Rev. Canon Leonard A. Dixon, at St. Clement's Anglican Church, North Toronto, in the presence of 85 friends and relatives, Baby Elizabeth Esther Denison, 9 months old, was baptized. She is the second granddaughter of Mrs. Denison, formerly of Grimsby, and the late Jack ...
    Grimsby Independent, 16 May 1946, p. 9   On Sunday, May 5th, by the Rev. Canon Leonard A. Dixon, at ...
  • Four generations
    Grimsby Independent, 22 Aug 1946, p. 4     Pictured here are four generations of a family well known in Grimsby and district for a great many years. Sitting is the great-grandmother, Mrs. Elora Phipps, holding on her lap her great-grandson, three months old Wayne Douglas Wood, son of her granddaughter Mrs. Harry Wood (standing). Sitting on ...
    Grimsby Independent, 22 Aug 1946, p. 4   Pictured here are four generations of a family well known in Grimsby ...
  • Prominent Grimsby citizen removed by grim reaper
    Grimsby Independent, 15 Aug 1946, p. 1,8     Grimsby and the district suffered a severe loss on Friday morning last when Bessie Kinsey Moore, widow of the late Albert W. Moore, passed peacefully away to her Maker...In the spring of 1910 there came to Grimsby Beach, at that time being reconverted by the late H.H. Wylie, Albert W. ...
    Grimsby Independent, 15 Aug 1946, p. 1,8   Grimsby and the district suffered a severe loss on Friday morning last ...
  • Gets One Year in the Reformatory
    Grimsby Independent, 28 Nov 1946, p. 1     Stanley Sobkowich, 18, of Grimsby, was sentenced to one year in the Ontario Reformatory when he appeared before Justice Wilson in the non-jury supreme court in St. Catharines on Tuesday. Sobkowich pleaded guilty to dangerous driving in connection with the death, last September, of Betty Joan ...
    Grimsby Independent, 28 Nov 1946, p. 1   Stanley Sobkowich, 18, of Grimsby, was sentenced to one year in the ...
  • Chas. Bromley called home
    Grimsby Independent, 5 Dec 1946, p. 1,13     Charles Bromley is dead. While news of his death did not come as a distinct surprise to his great legion of friends and acquaintances throughout, not only the Fruit Belt, but through other sections of Ontario, still it had a numbing effect....Early Wednesday morning he suffered an attack and ...
    Grimsby Independent, 5 Dec 1946, p. 1,13   Charles Bromley is dead. While news of his death did not come ...
  • Suffers attack while motoring
    Grimsby Independent, 12 Sep 1946, p. 1     While motoring to his home in Toronto from Niagara Falls, about 2:30 a.m. Monday morning, Harold Sparkman, of Maple, suffered an attack just east of the town limits and by the time the other members of his party got him to the office of Dr. A.F.McIntyre, he had passed away. ...
    Grimsby Independent, 12 Sep 1946, p. 1   While motoring to his home in Toronto from Niagara Falls, about 2:30 ...
  • Fatal Accident Hunting Skunks
    Grimsby Independent, 3 Oct 1946, 1, 8     William Gulewich, 19 year old son of Walter Gulewich, Clinton Township, was killed instantly by the accidental discharge of a shotgun on Saturday night while hunting for skunks on his father's farm, on No. 8 Highway just west of Beamsville ... uncle Michael Gulewich ... sister Mary ... also ...
    Grimsby Independent, 3 Oct 1946, 1, 8   William Gulewich, 19 year old son of Walter Gulewich, Clinton Township, was ...
  • Retired Police Official Passes
    Grimsby Independent, 5 Sep 1946, p. 1,3     One of the most popular police officials who ever served the people of Grimsby passed to his last reward on Tuesday morning in the person of James Marvin Wentworth, at the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. Ralph Locke, Clinton township. Deceased gentleman was born in Grimsby 73 years, 3 months ...
    Grimsby Independent, 5 Sep 1946, p. 1,3   One of the most popular police officials who ever served the people ...
  • Killed Instantly Walking Highway
    Grimsby Independent, 28 Nov 1946, p. 1,9     Leon Cyrka, 67, of Grimsby, was instantly killed when struck by an automobile as he walked along the QEW just east of the town limits on Saturday evening. Mrs. Ivy M. Tarris, Broadway Avenue, Hamilton, driver of the car involved and her son, Fraser Tarris, who was riding with her, ...
    Grimsby Independent, 28 Nov 1946, p. 1,9   Leon Cyrka, 67, of Grimsby, was instantly killed when struck by an ...
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